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Oracle Parameter Sapnote_0000830576

Oracle Parameter Sapnote_0000830576

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SAP Note 830576 -Parameter recommendations for Oracle10g
 Note Language: EnglishVersion: 203 Validity:
Valid Since13.07.2010
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This note contains SAP's recommendations for the configuration of OracleDatabase 10g.
Other terms
init.ora, SPFILE, server parameter file
Reason and Prerequisites
This note contains SAP's recommendations for the optimal configuration ofthe Oracle database with Release 10g in SAP environments.For Oracle Release 9i or lower, refer to Note 124361 and the notesreferenced there.Note that the recommendations given in this note may be changed. Therefore,we recommend that you check the latest version of this note once a monthand make the necessary changes.Previously, some parameter settings for the Oracle database (for example,for the cost-based optimizer) depended on whether your system was a normalR/3 system or a BW-based system. As of Oracle 10g, there is a uniformparameterization recommendation for all systems, which is described in thisnote. A few exceptions to this are indicated explicitly.
General recommendations
You should delete
obsolete initialization parameters
from theprofile. To determine which obsolete parameters are currently set, proceedas follows:SELECT NAME FROM V$OBSOLETE_PARAMETER WHERE ISSPECIFIED = 'TRUE';You should not set any parameters that are not explicitly mentioned in thisnote. Exceptions:oThe parameter is recommended as the solution or workaround for aproblem in another note.oThe parameter is required for implementing an individualconfiguration (for example, multiple archiver destinations, checkfunctions, special memory settings).Further comments on parameterization:oFor detailed information about the maintenance of parameters withSFILEs, see Note 601157.
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SAP Note 830576 -Parameter recommendations for Oracle10g
oIf several EVENT parameters are specified in init<sid>.ora, theymust appear in consecutive rows. You must avoid entering severalevents separated by ":" in one row.oYou should not set parameters that are indicated with "Do not set!"and parameters that are not mentioned at all in the note (and forwhich there is no individual customer requirements). In this case,you use the Oracle default value, which then also appears inV$PARAMETER or in the ST04 parameter overview. This is the intendedbehavior. If you want to ensure that a parameter has not beenexplicitly set, you can enter the following query (<parameter_name>in lower case):SELECT ISDEFAULT FROM V$PARAMETER2WHERE NAME = '<parameter_name>';If this returns the TRUE statement, then the parameter has not beenexplicitly set.oYou can only optimize memory parameters and resource parameterssuch as DB_CACHE_SIZE or DB_WRITER_PROCESSES individually.Therefore, this note cannot give any general recommendations.However, you can determine options for optimization on the basis ofa database performance analysis (see Notes 618868, 619188, 789011).oThe parameterization described below is directed towards the use ofthe features of the dynamic SGA (Note 617416) and the automatic PGAadministration (Note 619876).o<SAPDATA_HOME> refers to the value of the environment variableSAPDATA_HOME.oPaths are given in UNIX syntax. On WINDOWS, you must replace theforward slashes ("/") with back slashes ("\").oThe terms OLAP system and OLTP system have the following meaning:-OLAP system: These are systems with mainly BW functions (BW /BI, APO with mainly DP usage, SEM-BPS, BW-based SEM-BCS).-OLTP system: Systems with mainly non-BW functions (this alsoincludes, for example, Bank Analyzer systems)oConfigure systems with a pure Java stack as you would an OLTPsystem.oConfigure double stack systems (that is, systems with both ABAP andJAVA stacks) as you would an OLTP or OLAP system, depending ondegree to which you use BW functions (see above).oIn a few exceptional cases, if you have a system without OLAP, youcan refrain from setting OLAP specific parameters such asSTAR_TRANSFORMATION_ENABLED, _FIX_CONTROL or _INDEX_JOIN_ENABLED toavoid problems (for example, ORA-04031 due to _FIX_CONTROL, Note997889) or to use functions (for example, index joins). Note thatsuch scenarios are only relevant in very rare situations.Therefore, you do not usually have to deviate from the standard
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SAP Note 830576 -Parameter recommendations for Oracle10g
recommendations.oIf you set parameters depending on a bugfix implementation, therelevant bugfix is specified. The notes referenced containdependent fixes such as WINDOWS patches or merge fixes.As of October 10, 2008, this note will be updated regularly once a month.Beyond that, changes will only be made in exceptional cases for criticalOracle parameters.The next updates for this note are scheduled for the following dates:o10. August 2010o10. September 2010o10. October 2010Change history:o10.07.2010:- _FIX_CONTROL 9196440o10.06.2010:- Adjustments _FIRST_SPARE_PARAMETER, _SECOND_SPARE_PARAMETERo10.05.2010:-, OLTP: _B_TREE_BITMAP_PLANS = FALSE- with Fix 9495669: _FIX_CONTROL '9495669:ON'o10.04.2010: No Changeso10.03.2010: No Changeso10.02.2010: No Changeso10.01.2010: Do not set NLS_LENGTH_SEMANTICS.o10.12.2009: No Changeso10.11.2009: No Changeso10.10.2009:- EVENT 10891 no longer necessaryo10.09.2009: No Changeso10.08.2009: No Changeso10.07.2009:- EVENT 10753 (Level 2)

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